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Caladoc

Caladoc

Caladoc is a dark skinned grape variety, first produced in 1958 when ampelographer Paul Truel crossed Malbec with Grenache. The variety is characterized by its dark-red coloring, medium to high tannins and medium to full-body. Though this description may sound more like Malbec, Caladoc was originally intended to be more akin to Grenache, but with less susceptibility to coulure (a poor fruit set condition).

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